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*The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies* at Durham University
is pleased to announce details of a new post-doctoral fellowship to carry
out research in the context of the Durham Priory Library Recreated
digitisation project <https://www.dur.ac.uk/imems/durhampriory/>. The
online job advertisement is available here: http://bit.ly/2gfEfxg



We would be grateful if you could circulate it as widely as possible:



*Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation/Durham University Post-Doctoral Fellowship*



*Deadline for applications: *12 noon, 9th January 2017



*Interview date: *20th January 2017



*Start date:* 1st March 2017



Purpose: To conduct post-doctoral research in the context of the Durham
Priory Library Recreated digitisation project
<https://www.dur.ac.uk/imems/durhampriory/>. This project is a
collaboration between Durham Cathedral and Durham University for the
digitisation of 480 volumes of manuscripts and several dozen printed books
belonging to the pre-Reformation Cathedral Library and dating from the
seventh century AD onwards. The fellow will work on material that has been,
or is being, digitised in one of five (overlapping) research areas:



(1) History of the Book;

(2) Community Living: Liturgy, Rules and Well-Being;

(3) Scholastic Learning and Philosophical Enquiry;

(4) Science, Knowledge and the Natural World;

(5) Digital Recreations




Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
World Heritage Site Visitor Centre|7 Owengate|Durham|DH1 3HB
Tel: +44 191 334 6574 <+44%20191%20334%206574> | Email: admin.imems -at-
durham.ac.uk

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